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How we killed, sold victim’s body parts – Ogun murder suspects

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Three suspects arrested by the Ogun State Police Command for the alleged killing, dismembering, and sale of body parts talk to DAUD OLATUNJI about their involvement

Can you introduce yourself?

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My name is Idowu Abel and I am 30 years old. I am married with three children and my eldest child is seven years old.

What do you do for a living?

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I am an auxiliary nurse who treats patients in their homes. I learnt auxiliary nursing for three years.

How were you arrested?

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I was arrested for the kidnapping and murder of my friend, Muyiwa (Adekunle). We only got to know each other for about two months. He was someone who enjoyed drinking, so we often visited each other. About a month ago, Pastor Ajadi called and told me to come to his place and that was where and how I met Boko, a herbalist. About a week later, Boko called and told me to meet him. He told me he needed a human head, heart, hands, and legs.

What did he tell you he needed the body parts for?

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He only said he wanted to use them for a money ritual.

What did he promise to give you in return?

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He promised to give me N200,000 if I helped him get them, and from that amount, he gave me N80,000.

Did you agree willingly to help him get the body parts?

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Yes, I did. When I agreed to get the parts for him, I discussed it with Clement, ‘Baba Christy’. When we reached an agreement to carry out the task, Boko gave us an initial payment of N80,000 and we shared it equally, at N40,000 each. After sharing the money with Clement, we planned how to do the job. On November 10, we took Muyiwa to the farm at Ifako where we killed and dismembered his body.

Who was Clement to you?

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We knew each other from the same community. We both attended the same school as the pastor.

Were you not bothered about taking a human life when you planned to kill your friend?

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I know he will never forgive me for what I have done. When I was killing him, I didn’t feel alright doing it. I was afraid.

Did you become friends with Muyiwa so you could kill him?

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No, we had known each other for some time. We often went to a bar to drink alcohol together. We didn’t even choose him (Muyiwa) as our victim; it was just fate that made him the victim.

How did you take him to the farm where you killed him?

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We went to a bar to drink alcohol on that day. I was the one who bought the alcohol on that day and I told him that I wanted to go to Ifako, but he said he would follow me since we went out together. When we got there, he had a convulsion that rendered him weak and helpless on the floor. He often had episodes of convulsion whenever he drank alcohol, so it was not new to me. It was at that moment that I killed him. I beheaded him with a machete on Clement’s farm.

What do you think you deserve for what you did?

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Well, the Bible is clear. It says anyone who kills by machete shall be killed by machete. However, I don’t know the judgment that will be given to me now but I acknowledge the fact that I am in serious trouble. So, I don’t know what I can do for now.

I removed victim’s heart, severed his hands, feet – Ajile

How are you connected to this case?

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 My name is Clement Ajile. I am a 50-year-old farmer from Owode in Ogun State. I have a wife and am blessed with four children. I don’t really know Boko (the herbalist) but Abel was close to him. Abel told me that Boko told him he needed some (body) parts like a head, hands, feet and heart. So, I asked him how he planned on getting the human parts for Boko. We agreed to kill his friend on my farm and sever his (body) parts.

He called me when he had taken his friend (Muyiwa) to my farm. I later went to meet them there. It seemed Muyiwa was drunk when I got there because he behaved like someone who had epilepsy. He rolled on the floor unconsciously when I arrived at the farm.

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Did you know Muyiwa before he was killed?

No, I am not familiar with him. Abel was close to him. Initially, when Abel told me about the human parts Boko needed, he didn’t know how to get them but since he had given me N40,000 out of the N80,000 Boko gave him, we had no option but to kill Muyiwa.

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